One of the 171 photos released Thursday by investigators shows a slight opening in the brush — and what appears to be a hard-cover book.
On a day filled with developments in the case of missing toddler Caylee Marie Anthony, including news that the man who discovered human remains last week called in the same tip three times in August, a single photograph brought forth as many questions as it answered.
Did investigators searching a wooded area for skeletal remains possibly also find a book that Caylee liked to read?
One of the 171 photos released Thursday by investigators shows a slight opening in the brush, and what appears to be a hard-cover book. To some observers, that object appears similar to a book that Caylee is seen reading on a video made by her grandparents, the last visual evidence of the toddler before she was reported missing in July.
Sheriff’s Capt. Angelo Nieves said he had not seen the crime-scene photos and could not comment on their content. He said he would not ask investigators about the photo.
Forensic results from tests done on the remains are expected to be released at any time.
Source: Orlando Sentinel